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Contents (1970 - 01)
Supreme Court Rules 1970
Current version for 6 January 2017 to date (accessed 23 October 2017 at 15:19)
4   Certificate
(1)  An associate Judge may give a certificate as to any matter arising or decision made in the course of proceedings before him.
(2)  Where proceedings are before an associate Judge pursuant to a judgment or order, the certificate of the associate Judge shall refer to so much only of the judgment or order as is necessary to show upon what the determination of the associate Judge is founded.
cf RSC (Rev) 1965, O 44, r 21 (2).
(3)  The certificate of an associate Judge shall not refer to documents or evidence except so far as is necessary to show upon what the determination of the associate Judge is founded.
cf RSC (Rev) 1965, O 44, r 21 (2).
(4)  The certificate of an associate Judge shall not, except where necessary, set out the reasons for the determination of the associate Judge.
cf RSC (Rev) 1965, O 44, r 21 (2).
(5)  The certificate of an associate Judge as to an account taken under a judgment or order shall:
(a)  specify, by reference to the numbers of the items in the account, the items (if any) disallowed or varied, and
(b)  specify the additions (if any) by way of surcharge or otherwise.
cf RSC (Rev) 1965, O 44, r 21 (3).
(6)  This rule does not apply where any proceedings, question or issue are or is referred to an associate Judge under Part 72 rule 2 (which relates to reference to an arbitrator etc).